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During the Revolutionary War period, several notable events occurred in Richmond, including Patrick Henry's "Give me liberty or give me death" speech in 1775 at St. John's Church. Richmond's economy is primarily driven by law, finance, and government with several notable legal and banking firms, as well as federal, state, and local governmental agencies, located in the downtown area.
Local Newspapers: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Local Sports Teams: Richmond Flying Squirrels (Double A Baseball) VCU Rams
Local Colleges: Virginia Commonwealth University University of Richmond
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Police support group blasts RPD officers who vouched for sexual assault suspect
City leaders and police groups are slamming two Richmond police officers who put in a good word for a sexual assault suspect, helping him make bail. City leaders, who asked not to be identified, said the officers' actions is embarrassing and in no way represents what they're about.Teens rally for love and peace at Robert E. Lee monument in Richmond
A group of teens joined Street Love RVA founder Yvonne Libron for a love-filled, peace rally near the Robert E. Lee monument on Monument Avenue in Richmond Thursday. Arts Community Center owner Amiri Richardson-Keys said he worked with Libron, who is also a WTVR production assistant , to spread a positive message.Richmond bakery forced to close after owner denied re-entry into US
Nettie's Naturally in Jackson Ward is known for their gluten free and organic dishes, but when customers visit, they're going to see the closed sign on the front door. Shoala Walker said her boss had told them months ago she was working with lawyers to make sure all her paperwork was in order for her vacation to Switzerland.How and where to celebrate the eclipse around Richmond
These undated images provided by the U.S. Postal Service shows the Total Solar Eclipse Forever stamp. On Tuesday, June 20, 2017, the U.S. Postal Service unveiled the first-of-its-kind stamp, which commemorates the Aug. 21, 2017 eclipse, that changes when you touch it by transforming into an image of the Moon from the heat of a finger.Sen. Kaine tours job training program in Richmond
"I wanted to do this because I didn't want to go to college. That wasn't for me," said student Raushan Sonnebeyatta.Mayor Stoney: Commission to consider removal of Confederate statues on Richmond's Monument Ave.
Mayor Levar Stoney announced Wednesday that his Monument Avenue Commission would expand its scope to include the discussion of removal of Confederate Monuments along Monument Avenue. "Effective immediately, the Monument Avenue Commission will include an examination of the removal and/or relocation of some or all of the confederate statues," Stoney said in a statement issued Wednesday night.Pence Will No Longer Speak at Koch Brothers-hosted Summit
Vice President Mike Pence will no longer be speaking at a Saturday event hosted by a group backed by the conservative Koch brothers. Pence had been scheduled to address Americans for Prosperity in Richmond, Virginia.In wake of rally, Richmond's mayor reconsiders monuments
In the wake of a violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, the mayor of Richmond, Virginia, says his city should consider removing or relocating its Confederate statues. Mayor Levar Stoney's announcement Wednesday is a reversal from a position he took earlier this year.Richmond man, 23, sentenced to four years for choking, punching...
You have reached the limit of 10 free articles per 30 days. To continue, log in now or sign up for a digital Richmond Times-Dispatch subscription for only $8.99 per month.Funeral announcements announced for VSP pilots killed in crash
Funeral arraignments have been announced for the two Virginia State Police troopers who died in a helicopter crash after monitoring a white nationalist protest in Charlottesville. Virginia State Police said Tuesday that the funeral for Trooper-Pilot Berke M.M. Bates has been set for Friday at St. Paul's Baptist Church in Richmond.Traveling fashion show & gala coming to Richmond area a inspires and empowersa
All Shades of Gray-The Movement is hosting pop-up fashion shows throughout the area to promote helping teens going through a "gray area." A gray area refers to the time teens are trying to figure out how to be a teenager and find themselves.Where you can still find solar eclipse glasses in Richmond
Excitement is building for the August 21 solar eclipse over North America. It has been nearly 100 years since a total eclipse moved from coast to coast across the United States.Man meets off-duty doctor who saved his life at Richmond restaurant
Like many families on Mother's Day this year, John Cummings was at brunch with his wife and two of his grown children. Without the quick action of an off-duty VCU doctor, Cumming said that day could have been his last.Tibetan Monks return to Richmond to create sacred sand mandala
Last year 4,000 people visited the Virginia Holocaust Museum to watch Tibetan Monks create a giant sand mandala, and join them for evening meditation. "Last year's event was amazing," said organizer and local tattoo artist Amy Black.Man arrested at Richmond International Airport after TSA finds loaded handgun
A Richmond man was arrested at Richmond International Airport on Monday after Transportation Security Administration officials found a loaded semi-automatic handgun in the traveler's carry-on bag. A TSA officer detected the .380 caliber handgun inside the man's carry-on bag as it entered the security checkpoint X-ray machine.Get Fit RVA: Whitney tries X-Team Fitness in Richmond
For this week's Get Fit RVA, Whitney Harris tries X-Team Fitness in Richmond. It's an indoor and outdoor workout program with high intensity - and every workout is different, so you never know what to expect.How to make sure your viewing solar eclipse viewing glasses will protect your eyes
Next Monday, millions of people across the country will put on funny looking glasses and look up into the sky to see our country's first total solar eclipse in 38 years. If you're one of them, you need to make sure the glasses you're wearing will truly protect your eyes.
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